NASA’s CAPSTONE lunar probe has more problems than we thought

Artist’s rendering of CAPSTONE.Image: Nasa Controllers with the CAPSTONE mission are attempt to regain control of the Probe bound to the Moon, which is currently collapsing, is experiencing temperature issues and is unable to use its solar panels to fully recharge its batteries. In a update released on Monday, Advanced Space described it as a … Read more

Roblox is getting into ads to diversify beyond virtual goods

Roblox has built a user base of over 52 million by providing a gaming and entertainment platform primarily aimed at children. Now the company wants advertisers to join in the fun. As part of its annual developer conference on Friday, Roblox is announcing plans to launch ads next year, marking the company’s first significant effort … Read more

AMD’s Zen 4/Ryzen 7000 chips are coming in September

Screenshot: AMD AMD’s new Zen 4 desktop processor lineup is the first since supply chains have started to brighten, but now it’s breaking free amid massive inflation. That hasn’t stopped Lisa Su from coming up with what, on paper, looks like the world’s fastest new set of gaming chips. At least until rivals like Intel … Read more

The ‘Reality One’ brand could be linked to the Apple AR/VR headset

Photo: AFP (Getty Images) Is Apple secretly funding a shell company to buy brands related to its developing VR/AR headset? This is the latest juicy speculation from the Apple headphones rumor at Bloomberg. New report cites trademark filings in nearly a dozen countries for names such as “Reality One”, “Reality Pro” and “Reality Processor”, each … Read more

Webb Telescope captures the stunning beauty of the phantom galaxy

Webbthe last picture of release is a special collaboration with the The Hubble Space Telescope. The combined scientists ofata of the two observatories to produce these spectacular images of the spiraling Phantom Galaxy (also known as Messier 74), about 32 million light-years from Earth. Images capture gas clouds, dust and star forming regions in the … Read more

Precise location gives your coordinates to apps

Photo: AngieYeoh (Shutterstock) It’s no secret that our apps use our locations: in fact, many need them to function properly. You wouldn’t get very far on your road trip if Google Maps couldn’t see your location. But smartphone manufacturers do not specify how the location-sharing of works—in particular that you can choose between sharing your … Read more

Once the Worst Yield on Wall Street, Cash Now Seems to Be the Best Asset to Own, According to Morgan Stanley

Equity sellers are poised to pick up where they left off on Friday as the market appears to wake up from its August slumber with a vengeance. As Goldman Sach’s Chief U.S. Equity Strategist David Kostin told his clients after the S&P 500 SPX took just 17 weeks to hit its year-end target of 4,300, … Read more

YouTube removes video of Tesla investors using children in FSD beta test

Tesla Model 3 Source: Tesla YouTube has removed a pair of videos from its platform showing Tesla drivers performing amateur vehicle safety tests using their own children instead of mannequins on the road or in the driveway. The tests aimed to determine whether a slow movement You’re here equipped with the company’s latest driver assistance … Read more

YouTube removes video of Tesla investors using children in FSD beta test

Tesla Model 3 Source: Tesla YouTube has removed a pair of videos from its platform showing Tesla drivers performing amateur vehicle safety tests using their own children instead of mannequins on the road or in the driveway. The tests aimed to determine whether a slow movement You’re here equipped with the company’s latest driver assistance … Read more

Google employees call on management to get equal abortion benefits

Bambi Okugawa is a data center technician at one of Google’s data centers in a US state with one of the country’s strictest abortion bans: Tennessee. The state will ban abortions as early as six weeks, without exception for rape or incest, on Aug. 25 due to a “trigger law.” If necessary, Okugawa could have … Read more